It doesn’t get more Southern than a wedding featuring Magnolia blooms, a cozy outdoor ceremony, and a biscuit bar! We are beyond smitten with all of the thoughtful details that Dairing Events created for Ellie and Jordan’s wedding. The bride’s grandparents farm served as the perfect location for this couples intimate wedding day. The couple included thoughtful details like pashminas for guests to wrap up in during the outdoor ceremony and a biscuit bar featuring preserves canned by the brides family. Make sure to pay attention to the brides advice at the very end – it’s a unique tip and something most forget!Tell us a little a bit about your wedding: I knew I wanted a rustic wedding. We have family property in Green Cove Springs, Florida on Black Creek (the Ira Farm) with a farm house with beautiful woods on the creek. I knew I wanted some part of the wedding out there, whether it was the rehearsal dinner or reception. Jordan’s mom had picked the perfect spot for the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner (Keeler Property) so that helped with the decision of celebrating on the creek. For the colors, I have always loved the color green, blue and other natural colors. My style, I think, is classic and southern. Adair made my vision turn into real life. Everything was absolutely beautiful!What were your favorite parts of the day? I loved getting ready with the girls in the morning. Also, Adair made us dinner plates after the wedding so Jordan and I could have a quick private dinner before the reception before we started socializing. It was a very special moment! I highly recommend this to every bride and groom because there is no way we would have eaten dinner if Adair and my mom didn’t plan that!Please describe any DIY, handmade, or personal details: We did have a biscuit bar. My family has property in Georgia and we make preserves every year. We thought it would be fun to make homemade biscuits and then use our preserves to put on top of the biscuits. Yum!Do you have any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Definitely have a quick private dinner or meal before the reception. My other piece of advice.. if the wedding has an open bar, have a special place behind the bar with what the groom and bride want to drink. That way, the bride and groom will not run out of what they like.
Photography: Ashley Steeby Photography | Venue: Private Residence | Event Planning: Dairing Events | Floral: Ruby Red’s Floral and Garden | Stationery: Olivia Grace Paperie | Wedding Cake: Alleycakes Bakery | Rentals: Luxe Party Rentals | Linens: Luxe Party Rentals | Hair: Studio Bride | Makeup: Studio Bride | Handlettering: LMS Creative Studio | Furniture Rentals: Handmade Vintage Rentals | Wedding Dress: The White Magnolia Bridal Collection | Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids Jacksonville | Submitted via: Matchology *This post contains affiliate links